The Boogeyman of White Supremacy

The Boogeyman of White Supremacy

Beth Moore tweeted the following on Sunday: “Dear God, dear God, dear God, dear God, be swift to aid. Hold the grieving. Touch the minds of the traumatized. Make truth plain. Amplify the words of the wise over the cacophony of the politicized. Open fresh eyes to see the catastrophic consequence of white supremacy. For the love of God, throw off your political party lenses and look at the pain. The wrong, The insanity. The injustice. The blood. The carnage. Look with humane eyes at the suffering. Tell the truth to yourself. Tell the truth to your neighbor.”

Brandon Durham responded to her this way: “It wasn’t the boogeyman of white supremacy that murdered 60+ million babies, or created the welfare state, or burned down cities in riotous mayhem, or locked away thousands of elderly in Covid death traps, or tanked our economy, or sexually groomed our children. That was democrats.”

I don’t follow Beth Moore or any female preachers on any social media. Some I follow will rebuke Beth’s tweets so I see them. She speaks in riddles. She doesn’t speak clearly. She’s a social justice warrior, not a godly woman who seeks for women to know the Lord and His will for them. She’s a false teacher. She didn’t write one word about the possibility of Roe v Wade being overturned. Not one female preacher did.

Tell me, women, if only men are to be preachers, pastors, and teachers in the churches, who gave women the authority to preach to women? No one. There isn’t one woman preacher in the Bible. There’s no command by God for women to do this. He gave teaching elders the responsibility of preaching His Word in the churches. He gave husbands the responsibility of leading their family’s spiritually. He was specific in what He commanded older women to teach the younger women in Titus 2:3-5, namely biblical womanhood.

I pray many of your eyes are being opened to the false teachings of the abundance of female preachers there are today. For Beth, the greatest sin seems to be white supremacy, patriarchy, and misogyny. This seems to be the only sins she points out. None of them are sins in the Bible. White supremacy and misogyny aren’t even mentioned. It’s the feminists who have waged this war against men, white men, and Beth Moore is simply another spokesperson for the feminist agenda.

Stop learning, listening to, and supporting female preachers. God forbids what they are doing. None of them teach biblical womanhood. They disobey God in becoming preachers, and it’s a slow decent away from God’s Word and His will. We can’t compromise with sin. We must live in obedience to God. If we love Him, we will obey Him. Learn from the many women who do love Him and obey Him. Look in my saved storied on my Instagram for my Favorite Books. I have shared some of my favorite female teachers who teach biblical womanhood as God commands.

That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
Titus 2:4,5

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